Can someone explain speaker sensitivity in layman's terms please. e.g. is a speaker of sensitivity 89 dB more or less sensitive than one of 90 dB? Also, does it work that more sensitive speakers reach their optimum/most pleasing output state at a lower volume?
My holy grail (due to a 2 year old daughter) is speakers that sound very good at low volumes.
P.S. My current system is NAD 352 amp, Nad 542 CDP, AE Aelite 2 apeakers (I also have Wharfedale 9.1s and Eltax Monitor 3's for tinkering purposes.